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Boxtradamus

hecdog-Sometimes your analysis is on the money and sometimes its not SO on the money. Well this is one of those cases where you might need to use some EYEGLASSES…..Marquez’s style is more difficult for Pacquiao than Pacquiao’s IS for Marquez. First of all Marquez is NOT flatfooted what Fight are YOU looking at??? He’s on his toes mirroring Pacquiao movement and rhythm. Every time that Pacquiao makes one of his off tempo advances Marquez logs it in his memory bank….After facing Pacquiao SO many times now he’s got Pacquiao timed like a ROLEX. In FACT he landed the only head snapping Punches in the last Fight. He already knows that he can hit Pacquiao on the button and WIN the exchanges. The only thing that he was lacking was enough Power to take it out of the 3 Blind Mice’s hands. And that’s what he’s been working on….THIS time not only will Pacquiao get hit on the button but it will be with more Power. Pacquiao becoming more aggressive is going to get him hit even more often than last time and that’s a BAD recipe vs. the more Powerful version of Marquez….Marquez still has his GREAT timing and MUCH Punch Variety. Pacquiao is in trouble here because of his Trainers POOR Gameplan. Marquez by stoppage or VERY PUNISHING SD.

Posted December 1, 2012 6:10 pm 


Red Ryan

“He couldnt even ko bradley! Why, who does. Bradley out boxed him, Marquez gona wipe him out for good. Forth win coming up for Marquez….

Posted December 1, 2012 12:22 pm 


Red Ryan

You need help…….

Posted December 1, 2012 12:18 pm 


Exiled Yank

I don’t care what camp Manny does, their dysfunction is not nearly as fun to watch as the Mayweather’s.

Posted December 1, 2012 10:21 am 


Exiled Yank

I have enjoyed all 3 of these fights and I’m sure the 4th will be just as good as the others. I think JMM will win, but what do know? I’ve predicted that three times in a row.

Posted December 1, 2012 10:19 am 


Anonymous

Freddie Roach is an enabler, his fighters do what they want, train in their living room, smoke weed, money makes you accept funny things. When did Manny have the time to do all this crazy stuff if he was training with Freddie. Ariza is a back stabbing, self serving, only thinks of himself, conditioning coach. We have all seen guys like Ariza who are always whispering in fighters ears, walking them to their cars, trying to get a grip, get rid of that guy or minimize him as Freddie’s doing.

Posted December 1, 2012 9:48 am 


te tumbo

it’s funny listening to Pacquiao* and Roach whining and whimpering about Manny’s* “personal problems” to explain his underwhelming performance in the last bout. the one that they were both guaranteeing an early KO in (lol). this is just the latest entry in the endless laundry-list of Pacquiao’s* post-fight whining. what’s even funnier is that in this case, he’s excusing a “win”(?!). Pacquiao*” has all of the two-faced skills of your average politician. anyway, what the “honorable mr. Manny*” needs to understand is that the soap-opera alibis that play well in the Phillipines only make him sound programmed and dishonest everywhere else. NObody cares if he(?!?!) suspects steroid use and NObody’s interested in his inability to handle his personal business. just Step-Up and FIGHT already and “win” or lose STFU about it afterwards.

Posted December 1, 2012 9:28 am 


Soldier of God

Thanks for the ride Manny, but this is the end of the line. JMM by brutal stoppage here.

Posted November 30, 2012 9:28 pm 


Fight Aficionado

Correction: 1. Why IS Pac stepping away from Ariza’s program? It makes no sense. I also note he’s not at his best since he stopped banging hot Filipina actresses. Now that his ugly hag wife is dominating his personal life he’s eroding. Go back to Ariza and the hotties. Win win.

Posted November 30, 2012 9:26 pm 


Fight Aficionado

1. Why isn’t Pac stepping away from Ariza’s program that had him at his best? 2. LOL at 50 Cent video. What that Dbag says means nothing and the only guy he’s involved with is Gamboa, who is probably regretting signing with him.

Posted November 30, 2012 9:24 pm 


Anonymous

i REALLY CAN’T BELIEVE HOW BIG JMM has gotten. I really think he will stop Manny Pacquiao this time. It is over for Manny. He won against Bradley but his decline is evidenced by the fact he couldn’t KO Tim Bradley. It was a fun ride but what goes around comes around after he beat up one of my favorites in Barrera all those years ago. However, thanks for the ride, Manny.

Posted November 30, 2012 9:19 pm 


Facts

So true,50 & ariza sure telling it how it really is.Forget em though Marquez wins officially or unofficially it doesn’t matter book it.Clinic #4 for Marquez.JMM just looks better every fight while pac worse haha it’s no coincidence Dinamaita owns him.

Posted November 30, 2012 7:55 pm 


Dave

I actually agree with Ariza wholeheartidly, he’s simply expressing his dissatisfaction with Manny not following the whole program. I totally feel when Manny was training like a madman against Hatton and Cotto he seemed superhuman (peds? Maybe) The pacman that fought Hatton and Cotto was one of the best fighters Ive ever seen. Since then, as Ariza points out, he doesnt train the same, almost as if he peaked after the Cotto fight. He hasn’t knocked out anyone since. Pac needs a real challenge or possibly a real beating to make him serious again, if that’s possible. Once again, Pac, Money and Cotto are simply “shot” fighters looking to hide it and make paychecks till their done, but all three fighters have only a short time at the top left. Manny and Floyd did well, but their time is almost up. One way or the other.

Posted November 30, 2012 4:43 pm 


deven

Look Manny has the skills to beat Marquez very easily. he choses the more exciting way to approach the fight. there is no reason why he needs to stand in front of Marquez when he has some of the best footwork in boxing. he does not have to follow Marquez but you a different less exciting approach.

Posted November 30, 2012 3:49 pm 


Anonymous

“and since then he’s stepped back and not had the full program.” because the full programme consists of peds, since he bashed up Cotto he has looked like a mere mortal.

Posted November 30, 2012 3:32 pm 


Moonshineman

“I think Manny always looks good in camp, but then it comes to fight night, he falls apart.”

That’s just not smart. When you are part of a team, you don’t go around making statements like that about your fighter in public. Ariza needs to re-think his reasoning before commenting like that.

Posted November 30, 2012 3:05 pm 


MMendoza

Anonymous: You’re absolutely right!! All fights have been “razor thin”. Personally, I don’t expect the 4th one to be any different unless one of them score the TKO or if a Knock Down punch would in the end make a difference in the scoring. One thing for sure, their fights are about the most brilliant and exciting ones as they come. Only one which could probably rival these is the apparently never to be seen Pac/Mayweather.

Posted November 30, 2012 2:45 pm 


Anonymous

Who cares. Ariza is a basically a personal trainer. The guy has little if any technical boxing experience & that is the area that Marquez excels in. I understand the frustration w/ Jr & Pac. But I don’t get why a lot of poster are whining about this match up. Every single one of there fights have been great fights. These guys are evenly matched neither are willing to conceed a single round. Every fight has been razor thin.

Posted November 30, 2012 12:51 pm 


deven

Get ready folks I think they are in their bag of tricks. Arum filed a complaint before the fight takes place and ariza distancing himself from Manny just in case he loses. They are already saying Manny will not win if it is by decision. how do you know that. Something is up.

Posted November 30, 2012 11:18 am 


Hidalgo

“Marquez has said that he knows what Pacquiao is going to do in the ring.” Yep, and Marquez proved that in their last fight. Pacquiao fights the same but Marquez makes adjustments. Still, Marquez can’t beat him. He just stays on his feet now.

Posted November 30, 2012 10:43 am 


Anonymous

Cannot figure out why Floyd won’t make a fight with Pac. That predictability factor is what Mayweather thrives on.

Posted November 30, 2012 10:28 am 


Anonymous

Shut the rapper up !

Posted November 30, 2012 10:06 am 


kilrain

Ariza has had 4 years to figure out Manny’s leg cramps with no success…he is the Obama of conditioning coaches

Posted November 30, 2012 9:59 am 


Me

Wasn’t Pacquiao watching NBA before going into the ring with not much warm-up ? If he quits that bool, he will have a *much* better performance this time. If he even mentions to watch a movie before the fight, I would tell him as his trainer I either resign or he quits that ++++.

Posted November 30, 2012 9:45 am 


Joepugz

I don’t know why Packman made this fight. Marquez has more on the line than Packman so,, I think he’ll want this fight more than Packman . It should be a good fight // Don’t be surprised if Marquez wins as I had him winning the last one..

Posted November 30, 2012 8:08 am 



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